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Plaquemines Parish pastor tackles history with optimism

Plaquemines Parish, La.– The people of Plaquemines Parish live harmoniously but that wasn’t always the case.  Avowed racist Leander Perez led the segregation movement for generations but even back then, there was resistance. 221 more words

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Gone Fishin' with the biggest cheerleader in Plaquemines Parish

Plaquemines Parish, La.— It was an absolute treat to get out on the water in Port Sulphur with the biggest cheerleader in Plaquemines Parish. … 116 more words

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Gone Fishin' and talking risks to our food source with Kindra Arensen

Plaquemines Parish, La.– We’re all aware of the bounty of great seafood is Plaquemines Parish, but Kindra Arenson’s family is responsible for some of the food we all eat. 262 more words


Plaquemines Parish prepares for the 2018 Orange Festival and Fair by crowning a new "Orange Queen"

BELLE CHASSE- The Plaquemines Parish Fair and Orange Festival is coming up this fall, and preparations are already being made from growing the juiciest citrus to crowning a new Orange Queen. 314 more words


Storm Preparations in Plaquemines Parish with Parish President Amos Cormier

Chief Meteorologist Hank Allen spoke with Plaquemines Parish President Pat Brister about Plaquemines Parish’s preparations for Tropical Storm Gordon. 25 more words


He's got a way with words: the 'Poet of Plaquemines Parish'

NEW ORLEANS –  He knows his words.  People hear them around his home in Plaquemines Parish.

“Sitting across from you, I’ve never been further away from you. 397 more words

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LA gets $45 million to remove, replace Belle Chasse tunnel and bridge

BELLE CHASSE, LA — Members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation announced that the state will receive $45 million from the federal government to help build a new bridge in Belle Chasse and remove the existing bridge and tunnel there. 385 more words